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Yannick Alléno Takes Over The Culinary Direction of The Pavillon Ledoyen

October 20, 2014 Appointments No Comments Email Email

Yannick Alléno has taken over the culinary direction of the Pavillon Ledoyen, the iconic 3 star Michelin restaurant in the heart of Paris, on the Champs-Elysées.

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Continuing the legacy of his famed predecessors and a tradition that has continued for generations, Yannick Alléno will manage this historic building and direct the staff of the 45-seat restaurant with his creativity, passion and pursuit of culinary excellence.

Offering an exceptional dining experience, guests are invited to choose one key ingredient – vegetable, meat or fish – for their main dish. Guided by this choice, Chef Alléno then constructs the entire meal around the core dish, including the starter and dessert.

For example, the poularde topped with seeds poached with Jura wine stock and panais extract will be best served with the duck foie gras poached with Rivesaltes wine and pear in a sugar crust as a starter, or the crab meat in squid leaf to end the orange bead cinnamon foam for dessert.

Passionate about French cuisine, Yannick Alléno has pioneered new research on modern sauces and introduces these new techniques into each dish.

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